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Despite Shattering Paw, Cat Survives Three Story Fall

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This article originally appeared on Yahoo Shine as Despite Shattering Paw, Cat Survives Three Story Fall  When a frantic cat dad couldn’t find his cat, Zahleh last weekend, he jokingly asked a squirrel he had seen his cat interacting with to take him to his missing cat. Surprisingly, that’s exactly what the squirrel did by […]

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The Reality of Dog Vitamins and Supplements

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This article originally appeared on FidoseOfReality.com as The Reality of Dog Vitamins and Supplements Vitamins and supplements are part of the daily rituals for millions of people, but should dogs take them? According to the American Pet Products Association (APPA), in 2013 Americans spent $13.14 billion dollars in the supplies/Over-the-Counter category. The category includes food, medicines, vitamins, […]

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Pet Physical Therapy Tip Of The Month: Using Soft Supports For Your Dog

Here’s the next Pet Physical Therapy Tip of the Month from animal physical rehabilitator Susan Davis, PT of JoyCareOnsite.com. See: Using Soft Supports For Your Dog. These articles originally appeared on DawgBusiness.com. by Susan E. Davis, PT  It’s all about guiding and empowering you to help your pet avoid injury, provide practical solutions and achieve […]

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Human Grade vs. Feed Grade Pet Foods

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This article originally appeared on FidoseOfReality.com as Human Grade vs. Feed Grade Pet Foods . My dog is a fan of Honest Kitchen dog food. With that said, it made perfect sense that I attended a luncheon table talk at the recent BlogPaws Conference on Lake Las Vegas. The group leader was Dr. Patrick Mahaney, a fellow pet industry connection […]

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Pet Physical Therapy Tip Of The Month: Can Physical Therapy Help with my Dog’s Digestive Problems?

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Here’s the an intriguing topic as the next Pet Physical Tip of the Month from animal physical rehabilitator Susan Davis, PT of JoyCareOnsite.com. See Best Pet Physical Therapy Tip Of The Month: Can Physical Therapy Help with my Dog’s Digestive Problems? This article originally appeared on DawgBusiness.com. by Susan E. Davis, PT  It’s all about […]

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